NEW DELHI - Qatari sportsman Nasser Al Attiyah has swapped the steering wheel for the shotgun as the twice Dakar Rally winner targets a sixth Olympic appearance at the Rio de Janeiro Games in August. The 45-year-old, who won bronze in the men's skeet at the London Olympics, is competing at the ongoing Asian shooting Championship on the outskirts of New Delhi, hoping to maintain his record of competing at each Games since 1996. "I have been five times in Olympic Games - Atlanta, Sydney, Athens, Beijing and London," the Qatari told Reuters TV. "(I won) bronze medal in London. And now really it will be dream for me to (also) compete in Rio, like six times in Olympic Games." Rallying and marksmanship are not easy to combine but Al Attiyah said he enjoyed both.